Results 7 resources
COVID-19’s impact on learning losses and learning inequality in ColombiaVegas, E. - 2022 - Brookings
School closures, government responses, and learning inequality around the world during COVID-19Vegas, E. - 2020 - The Brookings Institution
According to UNESCO, as of April 14, 188 countries around the world have closed schools nationwide, affecting over 1.5 billion learners and representing more than 91 percent of total enrolled learn…
Realizing the Promise: How can education technology improve learning for all?Ganimian, A., Vegas, E., & Hess, F. - 2020 - Brookings Institute
Learning and working in the digital age: Advancing opportunities and identifying the risksGoger, A., Parco, A., & Vegas, E. - 2022, May 17 - Brookings
Annelies Goger, Allyson Parco, and Emiliana Vegas provide a high-level map of the landscape of education and labor market innovations in formal and informal education.
How ed-tech can help leapfrog progress in educationVegas, E., Ziegler, L., & Zerbino, N. - 2019 - Brookings
This brief analyzes the use of ed-tech innovations around the world.
América Latina en PISA 2012: ¿Cómo se desempeñan los varones y las mujeres?María Soledad, B., Ganimian, A., & Vegas, E. - 2013
An Analysis of COVID-19 Student Learning Loss [Working Paper]Patrinos, H. A., Vegas, E., & Carter-Rau, R. - 2022 - World Bank
COVID-19 caused significant disruption to the global education system. Early reviews of the first wave of lockdowns and school closures suggested significant learning loss in a few countries. A more recent and thorough analysis of recorded learning loss evidence documented since the beginning of the school closures between March 2020 and March 2022 finds even more evidence of learning loss. Most studies observed increases in inequality where certain demographics of students experienced more...